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    It's so cold here but we've yet have to a proper snow storm which is driving the kids nuts. Nothing has been working too well in terms of homeschooling because between myself and the kids, I think we've been sick for all of February so far- so it's been lots of busy work, education tv shows and docs, Prodigy, etc. C'MOOONN Spring!

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    On a positive note, I got to go on an Icelandic horse ride at the weekend. I have always wanted to ride one and it was so fun. They are such strong and sweet little horses. And their extra gait (tolt, like a running walk) is great to ride.
    Let's play best telescope for kids right now

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